6 Flooded Moscow: Photos and videos of recent apocalypse in the capital

Flooded Moscow: Photos and videos of recent apocalypse in the capital

Posted on August 17, 2016 by Andrey


The precipitation record for nearly 130 years was beaten in Moscow. The capital went under the water because of heavy rains, and the Yauza River burst its banks here and there. Here are photos of this crazy collapse that Muscovites share in social media.

Suschevsky Val underpass

Moscow rescuers have enough work to sink a battleship. About 200 people from flooded cars, public bus and route taxi in several areas of the capital have been rescued from the “water trap.”

This is Mega – Belaya Dacha Mall. The height of the tunnel is 3 meters

Even public transport couldn’t save the inhabitants of the capital of this bad weather

Kaspyiskaya Street

Savelovsky Station. Even a bad weather could not spoil the mood of many

Muscovites say hello to municipal service providers

They saved their souls as they could…

He brightened this gloomy Monday

Moscow once again joined the federal target program “Russian Underwater Cities”

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6 Responses to “Flooded Moscow: Photos and videos of recent apocalypse in the capital”

  1. Richard S. says:

    I though St. Petersburg was known as Venice of the North…

  2. Pom2Ter says:

    I love the “The hurricane made one more convertible owner in the city” ahahahah

  3. wampa1 says:

    haarp at its finest

  4. Papa Karlo says:

    I just came from Moscow. They are spending millions of dollars on replacing all sidewalks with GRANITE! Thousands of tons of granite. No other city in the world could possibly afford granite sidewalks. No wonder they have no money for anything else.

    It is very similar to 1930s, when tens of millions of Soviet farmers died from starvation, while in Moscow the government built subway stations with marble walls and bronze statues.

    History repeats itself, again.

    • Rashomon says:

      …”No wonder they have no money for anything else…”. –They do, “Karlo” boy. If you don’t, that’s another matter.

      …”It is very similar to 1930s, when tens of millions of Soviet farmers died….” –(?) LOL. No, it’s not, “Karlo” boy. That’s absurd. But apparently, you still live in some place lost 80 years ago.

    • Ferequent Reader says:

      The granite saves billions of rubles in annual maintenance costs in some old streets –a cost which our friend ‘Karlo’ ignores. The stone also helps to improve the looks of these parts ot the town (as many other cities around the world do).

      We are always entertained with this ‘Karlo’ child and his (failed) delusions.

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